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Map of the Amuq Valley with settlements identified by the AVRP Survey.
Location of principal settlements of the Amuq valley with traditional routes of communications.
Corona Image overlaid with topographic and surface survey data showing the extent of settlement.
Aerial photo of Tayinat (courtesy of M. Akar)
Charioteer orthostat, attributed to Tayinat, now in the Hatay Archaeological Museum.
Trench T9 in the West central area in the Chicago excavations of the 1930's.
View of Chicago excavations of Tayinat al-saghir in the 1930's.
Back-dirt piles from the excavations of the 1930's.
Excavations of Field 1 in the 2004 Season.13
Gold Roundel with dedicatory inscription to the Assyrian King Tiglat-Pileser, found in Building VI in the 1930's excavation.
"Colossus" statue of Neohittite King, excavated in the 1930's excavations, now in the Oriental Institute Museum.
Excavations of Field 1 in the 2004 Season.
Statue of King Šuppiluliuma II with Project Director Tim Harrison, Project co-director Elif Denel, and Government representative Yıldız Şahin.2
Aerial view of Temple XVI after excavation in 2009.
Excavations of the Esarhaddon tablet in on the podium of Temple XVI in 2009.
Reconstructed temple paraphernalia of the Assyrian period, found on the podium of Temple XVI in 2009.
Neohittite pyxis found on the podium of Temple XVI in the 2009 season.
Portal Lion excavated in the 2011 season, seated in the courtyard of the 'old' Hatay Archaeological Museum.
Aerial view of part of Platform XV, Temple XVI, and the "Gateway" complex of Field 7 in 2011.
Excavation of the statue of King Šuppiluliuma II with Project co-director Elif Denel, and Temple XVI in the background.
Statue of King Šuppiluliuma II with Project Director Tim Harrison, Project co-director Elif Denel, and Government representative Yıldız Şahin.
3D reconstruction of hypothetical arrangement of Šuppiluliuma II statue in the Iron Age 'Sacred Precinct'.
Conservation and reconstruction of the Esarhaddon Treaty Tablet by Tayinat conservator, Julie Unruh in 2013.
Reconstruction of the Easarhaddon Treaty Tablet..
Aerial photo of Fields 1, 2 and 7 showing architectural conservation work in progress in 2015.
Development of new Tayinat exhibit in the Hatay Archaeological Museum in 2014.
Statue of Šuppiluliuma II, now in the 'new' Hatay Archaeological Museum.
Tayinat excavation teams in 2004 and 2015.
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